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  1. As a first step towards the production of a List of Protected Generic Names for Fungi, a without-prejudice list is presented here as a basis for future discussion and the production of a List for formal adopti...

    Authors: Paul M. Kirk, Joost A. Stalpers, Uwe Braun, Pedro W. Crous, Karen Hansen, David L. Hawksworth, Kevin D. Hyde, Robert Lücking, Thorsten H. Lumbsch, Amy Y. Rossman, Keith A. Seifert and Mark Stadler

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402381

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  2. The genus Astraeus is shown to be even more complex than recent studies have found. There are problems defining what the molecular fingerprint is of the generic type species. The present article, based on molecul...

    Authors: Cherdchai Phosri, María P. Martín and Roy Watling

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402347

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in IMA Fungus 2014 5:BF03449340

  3. On the basis of a study of ITS sequences, Vidal et al. (Rev. Iber. Micol. 17: 22, 2000) recommended that the genus Chrysosporium be restricted to species belonging to Onygenales. Using nrLSU genes, we studied the...

    Authors: John I. Pitt, Henrik Lantz, Olga Vinnere Pettersson and Su-lin L. Leong

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402229

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  4. Surveying the fungi of alkaline soils in Siberia, Trans-Baikal regions (Russia), the Aral lake (Kazakhstan), and Eastern Mongolia, we report an abundance of alkalitolerant species representing the Emericellopsis-...

    Authors: Alexey A. Grum-Grzhimaylo, Marina L. Georgieva, Alfons J. M. Debets and Elena N. Bilanenko

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402213

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  5. Several species of Septoria are associated with leaf and fruit spot of pistachio (Pistacia vera), though their identity has always been confused, making identification problematic. The present study elucidates th...

    Authors: Pedro W. Crous, William Quaedvlieg, Kamil Sarpkaya, Canan Can and Ali Erkılıç

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402187

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  6. Long-term successional dynamics of an inoculum of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) associated with the maize rhizosphere (from traditionally managed agroecosystems in Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico), was foll...

    Authors: Dora Trejo-Aguilar, Liliana Lara-Capistrán, Ignacio E. Maldonado-Mendoza, Ramón Zulueta-Rodríguez, Wendy Sangabriel-Conde, María Elena Mancera-López, Simoneta Negrete-Yankelevich and Isabelle Barois

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:402161

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  7. Authors: David L. Hawksworth, Dominik Begerow, Keith A. Seifert, Andrew N. Miller, Christine R. Fischer, Carlos Colinas and Sybren de Hoog

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:BF03449521

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  8. Authors: David L. Hawksworth and Lori Carris

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:BF03449520

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  9. Puccinia psidii, the cause of a disease today commonly referred to as Myrtle rust, is considered a high priority quarantine threat globally. It has a wide host range in the Myrtaceae and it is feared that it may ...

    Authors: Jolanda Roux, Izette Greyling, Teresa A. Coutinho, Marcel Verleur and Michael J. Wingfeld

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401155

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  10. Although the genus Arthrinium (sexual morph Apiospora) is commonly isolated as an endophyte from a range of substrates, and is extremely interesting for the pharmaceutical industry, its molecular phylogeny has ne...

    Authors: Pedro W. Crous and Johannes Z. Groenewald

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401133

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  11. Phytophthora species are well-known as destructive plant pathogens, especially in natural ecosystems. It is ironic, therefore, how little is known regarding the Phytophthora diversity in South African natural woo...

    Authors: Eunsung Oh, Marieka Gryzenhout, Brenda D. Wingfield, Michael J. Wingfield and Treena I. Burgess

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401123

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  12. Morphological and DNA sequence characteristics of a pathogenic fungus isolated from branch cankers in Proteaceae of the South West Australian Floristic Region elucidated a new genus and species within Cryphonectr...

    Authors: Colin Crane and Treena I. Burgess

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401111

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  13. Gelatinomyces siamensis gen. sp. nov., incertae sedis within Leotiomycetes, the Siamese jelly-ball, is described. The fungus was collected from bamboo culms and branches in Nam Nao National Park, Phetchabun, Thai...

    Authors: Niwat Sanoamuang, Wuttiwat Jitjak, Sureelak Rodtong and Anthony J. S. Whalley

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401071

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  14. The genus Durotheca is introduced with D. depressa sp. nov., as type. Hypoxylon comedens is transferred to Durotheca, based on its morphology with further evidence from molecular phylogenetic studies; a combined ...

    Authors: Thomas Læssøe, Prasert Srikitikulchai, J. Jennifer, D. Luangsa-ard and Marc Stadler

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401057

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  15. With the recent changes concerning pleomorphic fungi in the new International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants (ICN), it is necessary to propose the acceptance or protection of sexual morph-typif...

    Authors: Amy Y. Rossman, Keith A. Seifert, Gary J. Samuels, Andrew M. Minnis, Hans-Josef Schroers, Lorenzo Lombard, Pedro W. Crous, Kadri Põldmaa, Paul F. Cannon, Richard C. Summerbell, David M. Geiser, Wen-ying Zhuang, Yuuri Hirooka, Cesar Herrera, Catalina Salgado-Salazar and Priscila Chaverri

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401041

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  16. Currently, the monophyletic lineage of anther smuts on Caryophyllaceae includes 22 species classified in the genus Microbotryum. They are model organisms studied in many disciplines of fungal biology. A molecular...

    Authors: Marcin Piątek, Matthias Lutz and Martin Kemler

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401029

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  17. The genus Brevicellicium encompasses wood-inhabiting corticioid fungi characterized by isodiametric subhymenial hyphae, short basidia, and smooth, often subangular spores with a distinct apiculus. Eight new LSU n...

    Authors: M. Teresa Telleria, Ireneia Melo, Margarita Dueñas, Karl-Henrik Larsson and Maria P. Paz Martín

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2013 4:401021

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  18. Authors: Toru Okuda, Yoshitaka Ono, Takayuki Aoki, Gen Okada and Marc Stadler

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2012 3:BF03449513

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  19. Authors: David L. Hawksworth, Scott A. Redhead and Lorelei L. Norvell

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2012 3:BF03449512

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  20. Westerdykella reniformis Ebead & Overy sp. nov. is described based on morphology and phylogenetic analyses using ITS, nLSU rDNA, and ß-tubulin gene sequences. Westerdykella reniformis is characterized by the prod...

    Authors: Ghada A. Ebead, David P. Overy, Fabrice Berrué and Russell G. Kerr

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2012 3:302189

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  21. The new rules formulated in Article 59 of the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants (ICN) will cause numerous, often undesirable, name changes, when only phylogenetically defined clades ...

    Authors: Walter Gams, Hans-Otto Baral, Walter M. Jaklitsch, Roland Kirschner and Marc Stadler

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2012 3:302175

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  22. The generic position of the enigmatic smut fungus Ustilago solida is evaluated applying molecular phylogenetic analyses using ITS and LSU rDNA sequences as well as light and scanning electron microscopical invest...

    Authors: Matthias Lutz, Kálmán Vánky and Marcin Piątek

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2012 3:302143

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  23. Claviradulomyces xylopiae sp. nov. is introduced for a fungus occurring in association with abnormal (enlarged, spongy) lenticels of Xylopia sericea (Annonaceae), a common tree of the Atlantic forest and Cerrado ...

    Authors: Robert W. Barreto, Peter R. Johnston, Pedro W. Crous and Harry C. Evans

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2012 3:302135

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  24. Members of Xylariaceae (Ascomycota) are recognized and classified mainly on the morphological features of their sexual state. In a number of genera high morphological variation of stromatal characters has made co...

    Authors: Nuttika Suwannasai, Margaret A. Whalley, Anthony J. S. Whalley, Surang Thienhirun and Prakitsin Sihanonth

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2012 3:302125

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  25. Homortomyces is introduced as a new coelomycetous genus associated with leaf spots on Combretum erythrophyllum trees growing near and around the Sterkfontein caves, Maropeng, South Africa. Based on its transverse...

    Authors: Pedro W. Crous, Johannes Z. Groenewald, Lorenzo Lombard and Michael J. Wingfield

    Citation: IMA Fungus 2012 3:302109

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